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at the weather. >> at gnats introduce their new supertar. their back. the caps are back on the ice. britt mchenry is in the phone booth with team owner >> changes are coming to metro stations around our area. more than 125 escalators will be replaced or modernized by 2020. a contract worth $1r50 million was awarded to core corporation. it will start at the pentagon station where three of six will be replaced. >> that is a welcome change. as doug mentioned there could be some snow to our south. we sent jeff goldberg to fredericksburg hoping to see snow. just rain so far right? >> that's right. we saw heavy rain about an hour ago. it is light at the moment. we spoke with a lot of people here in town in fredericksburg who went home early or took the afternoon off with anticipation of snow that has yet to fall. it is usually kids who can find fun in any kind of weather, even weather like this. but the adults are hoping for more. >> i hope it is snow and cold enough to stick. >> i think it would be wonderful. >> abby is not letting another rainy day get her down.
the patriots. whichever team will face off with the 49ers at the super bowl. britt mchenry is in foxboro and caught up with some raven's fans. >> , you can expect a fiery matchup on the field. this could be ray lewis's last game. the ravens lost here last year. wheneven with a two carry-on limits, she still managed to bring all of her ravens gear. an action figure of the player who inspired her love of the ravens. >> i watched ray lewis since college. >> prepared and proud. >> you will see me in the stands. this is my get up. >> great louis is not going out. he has one more game left. -- ray lewis is not going out. he has won more games left. >> welcome to ray lewis's retirement party. >> believing in this year's rematch, the stars are lined and shining pebble. -- aligned and shining purple. >> this is retribution. >> we will tell you about a special distinction coming up with more in-depth coverage. gillette stadium, but mchenry abc 7 news. >> troubling information coming to light out of that algerian hostage situation. what investigators found today while they were looking for explosi
-- -- jones was another icon in the lgbt committee and former supervisor harry britt, who had the honor of being appointed to the seat following harvey's assassination. i want to thank other leaders of the lgbt community including -- who represented district 8, now represented by supervisor wiener, as well as treasurer jose cisneros. i think there are many things to discuss in this process. there are many questions to be talk about including the question of whether or not an airport should be named after an individual to begin with, and if it is an individual, who that individual should be. i cannot sit here and say that there aren't and number of individuals who are deserving of this honor. the reality is that one of the amazing things about san francisco is that over the last couple of hundred years of our history we have had some pretty amazing people live in the city and county of san francisco. people from all walks of life who have made tremendous contribution to the city and in the process not only made seven cisco better place and made the state and the country and the world a
. >> we will have a look at what britt's think about this referendum later in the show. now to israeli politics, which are famous for being bolick tile. yesterday's elections certainly underlined that. p>> they were expected to triggr a lurch to the right, but the biggest gains went to a new centrist party, led by a former tv presenter. his party came second. >> the prime minister suffered the biggest losses. his right wing alliance lost almost a quarter of its seats, although it still the biggest grouping. >> netanyahu looks likely to remain prime minister, but he may have to tone down his hard- line position to build a coalition. >> the day after the election, israelis were trying to make sense of the new political landscape. many wonder if israel faces a deadlock after benjamin netanyahu lost so much ground to the left wing. while the israeli leader remains the country's political strongman, he knows he will have to engage. on wednesday, he gave his interpretation of the results. >> the public and israel wants me to continue to lead the country. it wants me to form a government that
. >> ravens linebacker ray lewis had to address deer antler spray. britt mchenry explains. >> ray lewis will dominate the headlines for a good reason. his last time playing in his 17- year career. the report came out and he tried to obtain deer antler velvet extract, which is banned in the nfl, to speed up his tricep recovered this season. >> that was a 2-year-old story that you want me to refresh. i would not give him the credit to even mention his name or his antics in my speeches for my moment. so i won't even speak about it. i've been in this business 17 years, and nobody has ever got up with me every morning and trained with me. every test i've ever took in the nfl - there's never been a question of if i ever even thought about using anything. so to even entertain stupidity like that. tell him to try to go get a story out of someone else. >> and the capitals lost a heartbreaker in ottawa 3-2. and continue to watch our coverage of the super bowl all week. have a great day. >> we do have a team of reporters in new orleans for the super bowl. look for live reports from john gonzalez.
. >> a very special young man. >> jordan trunfio is not just a number. >> it britt to heart when you see how hard he wants to succeed. >> a senior at school he got his injured playing football. there were several tumors in his brain, affecting the rest of his body. >> they all know i'm fighting this cancer and an ever going to give up. >> peabody was here for another medical fund-raiser. >> i never want to quit because that is all you get. >> his friends and neighbors were there for another reason. >> you your dad are going to the support -- to the super bowl, my friend. >> it is incredible. thank you very much. >> he said it is one of the most incredible gets his ever see. he is not sure why he inspires people. >> i know this will make a very happy. i'm glad he is going to be able to enjoy it. >> jordan does not mind giving us up. he said he hopes one day he will remember the super bowl. >> to get married and have kids. that is it. >> abc 7 news. >> what a great story. >> isn't he something? >> it is 4:57. 41 degrees. >> still ahead, is it the era of cutbacks in music? -- (vo) sometimes
with two rs or one? i don't want to cull a conversation britt starts. mental health cares that be on table but that leads to other problems, crimes, gun, violence. >> we don't have a crime problem, or a gun problem, or even a violence problem. what we have a sin problem. [ laughter ] [ laughter ] >> jon: is this about me masturbating? is in a -- is that what this is about? look, i didn't know that that was considered a national issue. [ laughter ] look, we can dance around the issue all we want. we can blame movies or the video games or the mentally ill or god and we have to put it's a complex problem and all solutions have to bone the table but it's time we talk about guns. >> i don't want to do this. i don't want to do this gun control discussion right now. there's a day, a place and a time for all that. >> jon: it's today, right now. it's absolutely the time to talk about gun control and nothing is -- sorry. [cheers and applause] we need take a commercial break. guess we'll talk about guns when we comeck.back. [cheers and applause] >> jon: welcome back to the show. i apologize for my vo
. >> britt mchenry has more from rgiii.quarterback >> on sunday rgiii will start in the first playoff game of his career. also depressed playoff game will host in 13 years. yesterday griffin said that he's pretty close to being back to where he was before his right y.ee injur it was his turn to have fun with a staff. on theed a little prank at anahan mik press conference. i caught up with him soon after about the team's remarkable turnaround. this playoff run feel like for you? >> it feels good. but for us it's not just about getting into the playoffs. think everyone's excited that division, but we want role in all the way through, but we know it's seattle.ocus on time for celebration was over r me right after the game. time to move forward. ray lewis announced his retirement following the season. and the wizards lost to the pacers. have a great day. >> the news continues with "good " at 5:30.shington if you thing d.c. it's crowded, there's a new if you thing d.c. it's crowded, there's a new new years clutter is no match for someone with big ideas. with a new project in mind, some how-to k
. in the old town down, britt mchenry is with the cast and will be with us with the owner. that is coming up at 6:00. >> that is good news for the downtown area. >> absolutely. >> we'll see you later. so the injury to rg3's knee has put a focus on the risk of sports. >> we found out that type of injury is common >> the number of a.c.l. injuries have tripped since 2000. quarterback rg3 femalelies are more likely to tear their a.c.l.'s. >> soccer player knew sher to her a.c.l. the second it happened. >> i stopped too quickly and my knee gave out. it is so common that the pain and the way my knee was out i knew. >> a new study found that females are three times more likely than males to tear their a.c.l.'s. >> it has more -- because their knee is turned in a little bit it predisposes them to this injury. >> teen girls are especially prone. >> i know about five or six girls who have torn their a.c.l. in the past year. >> a.c.l. prevention exercises focuses on balance, and proper landing techniques and found they can reduce the risk of injuries for gi
in a long time. dead children, 6-year-olds. but i tell you, britt, the concern is, are we rushing down a road where we are going to wind up with comfort checks akin to what we have at the airports these days. you take a 5 ounce bottle of shampoo on, you can take off your shoes but not if you are elderly but not if you are a child. are they things we do whether all of the guns in this country whether further restrictions on them will deter anybody except law abiding people therefore make the lives like the trips to the airport more inconvenient without any assurance of safety. there's no way to know how much safer we are because of all we go through at the airport. one sense is that if you had a bomb you wouldn't pry to run it through the checkpoints which is an argument for having them there. in all, i still come back to the old saying, if you ban guns only criminals will have guns. >> that is what we saw in some of these cities like washington, d.c. >> yes, that's right. you think about this terrible story of that little girl, your heart just breaks for her family. she apparently was
, britts and canadians mounted the largest, most ambitious and bloodiest amphibious in face in history. i stood on a deserted, quiet and peaceful omaha beach with the haunting memory that on june 6, 1944, the sand under my feet was red with the blood of americans from my father's generation, who if they survived the constant machine gunfire from nazi gunner, and huddled the seawall and climbed those hills to liberate france and eventually save the world. as we participated in the flag lower ceremony, at the end of the day in the american battlefield memorial ceremony at omaha beach, the carefully lined crosses represented the thousands for whom sacrifice was much more than a percentage of their income. it was 100% of their own hopes, dreams and lives. buried in france on land that americans proudly and respectfully oversee to preserve the dignity of their beth. stewart robinson, a local historian who spent the day with us took us to a place where american private john steal parachuted as part of the airborne operation and his parachute got caught on the steep elf the church in the center
foods, you're a britt, but you know whole foods. a powerful guy, making a powerful statement and you're backing him up. >> well, john mackey is not new to health care issues, in 2009 he listed eight ways to make health care more efficient and it was a very insightful article. i think there are a number of issues here for patients. obviously, one of the big issues is going to be doctor shortages. the key issue for patients, are they going to be able to see competent doctors and get quick access to these doctors when they need to. stuart: okay. can patients get quick access to the doctors that they need to see, answer the question? >> now or-- >> under obamacare? >> i think it's going to be difficult. i think it's going to be much harder than it is now, and i think we're going to be seeing particularly in urban areas, big problems because 25 to 30% of patients who go to the emergency room in urban areas, they don't have insurance, these are undocumented people and at the moment the hospitals can apply for charity care and get some relief for those, from federal government. and that's g
open. be sent over to the the east expressway. a look of the weather britt a look at the weather. >> mother nature showing off. s ategrees with their skie hour. -- more like 30. we are expecting 42 at noon and a high at 3:00. a big arctic plunge expected by tonight. at your air waves travel forecast. >>> good morning, america. >> good morning, america. >> hey. good morning, america. >> wake up. >> wake up. ♪ come on and show >>> all kinds of stories here in washington this weekend, for all of the inaugural festivities. katy perry. it's just begun. the inauguration ceremonies today. you see the crowd building right there in washington, d.c. about 800,000 people expected on the mall this morning. as you see it all the way up to the capitol and the washington monument. there's the lincoln memorial. the president will be looking out over that scene. the sun is shining so beautifully right there here in washington, d.c. good morning, america. good morning to robin roberts on this martin luther king day. >> robin, you are missed. a day that's both beautiful and brisk. president obama
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